July 15, 2009
Glamour gives its readers a how-to guide on fashion from the free-love era.
Essence challenges its readers to try lilac nails, from sheers for the color-shy to opaques for those who dare.
July 1, 2009
Mimic the dazzling blue hues and dark, intricate veins of the gemstone turquoise with an acrylic and gel design.
Summer calls for manicures and pedicures in “notice-me” shades, the perfect complement to the season’s bright floral prints and gladiator sandals.
Set your clients up for summer lovin’ with delicate lace patterns, created with gels and airbrush paint.
OPI and Zoya are both released matte-finish nail polishes this month, the perfect wear-if-you-dare trendsetting look.
July 1, 2009
Migi Nail Art consultant Dena Parro shows how to use the company’s nail art pens to decorate your phone.
June 29, 2009
Cosmopolitan says the brighter the better for nails, recommending lime, purple, and neon pink.
June 1, 2009
As showcased in quilts, it refers to the piecing together of different and frequently multicolored shapes to create a unique design.
May 1, 2009
Get ready for a color rush—bright nails are coming back.
May 1, 2009
Characterized by vibrant colors and eyecatching embellishments, Indian-inspired designs (à la Slumdog Millionaire actress Freida Pinto’s John Galliano dress at the Academy Awards) are the height of fashion.
April 28, 2009
InStyle editor asked trendsetters in cities all over the world which shades women are loving and how they're wearing them.
April 1, 2009
Enjoy these exaggerated bow-inspired nails.
March 2, 2009
InStyle magazine urges readers to wear black polish — on short nails with an ultra-matte finish.
February 18, 2009
When What Not to Wear’s Stacy and Clinton proclaimed that shoes and bags didn’t have to match, it was like a fashion lightbulb was switched. It’s such a hard rule for some to break, though, that it’s still part of the show’s promotional material.
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